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Microlearning Best Practices

Workers are busier than ever, and with many companies going remote, it’s difficult to get your team to sit down and take a formal eLearning course.

More Assets, More Functionality: Explore the New Stock Asset Library

In May, we released a brand new Stock Image Library packed with over 120 million all-new stock images and vectors!

5 Stock Assets To Spice Up Your VR Training

Are you new to creating virtual reality training courses? Wondering how you can make yours look high-quality and professional?

Webinar: Driving System Adoption Through Learning in the Flow of Work

In this webinar, eLearning Brothers Senior Custom Solutions Consultant Richard Harmon and Whatfix Senior Manager Chintan Patel demonstrated how incorporating learning into the workflow can...

Rock Out With the eLearning Brothers Authoring Suites

Are you sitting down? Because we have a huge announcement.

Webinar: 5 Illustrator Tips & Tricks

Add some style and personality to your next learning project! You can create tons of cool effects and textures using Adobe Illustrator. In this webinar, Nic Brown, eLearning Brothers Director of...

Webinar: Build Microlearning at the Speed of Light With Lectora Templates

In this webinar, senior developer Bill Milstid showed how quickly you can customize a Lectora Course Starter to create a microlearning course. You can follow along in the recording at the bottom...

How I Built a Virtual Reality Course in 30 Minutes

Two years ago, I was at DevLearn with eLearning Brothers running the camera and audio at the eLearning Rockstars stage. I got to watch presentations from industry leaders who were talking about...

Webinar: Making VR Practical - Lessons from the Real World

We recently welcomed Miles Corbett and Duncan Brown from Transition Associates for a great webinar, which focused on how to create immersive learning with CenarioVR, while making virtual reality...

Tips and Tricks for eLearning Project Management

There are many moving parts to an eLearning project. You might be working with instructional designers, developers, and contract workers like voiceover artists or videographers. There are often...